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Saint Agnes answered the Valley's need for expanded health services with its move to our present-day site on Herndon Avenue in 1975.  Since then, we have undergone several expansions, including the addition of our 230,000-square-foot North Wing in 2005, which nearly doubled the Medical Center's size and increased its capacity to 436 beds. Along with 72 private patient rooms, the North Wing added an expanded emergency department, additional cardiac catheterization labs, interventional radiology suites and operating rooms, and larger laboratory, imaging and cardiac rehab departments. All this, plus a medical education pavilion with a 260-seat auditorium.

As the Valley's population and its need for health care services grows, Saint Agnes remains committed to doing the same, as evidenced by our newest expansion of the North Wing's sixth floor, 6-North, completed in early 2012. For a virtual tour of the new wing, click here.

In addition to the programs and services offered at the main hospital, Saint Agnes also operates several outpatient facilities on and around the Medical Center campus, including:

For driving directions to these facilities, click here.

The Art of Healing





Our mission calls upon us to heal the whole person - body, mind and spirit. Just as music can be uplifting, art can cheer and inspire. Throughout the Medical Center you will find creative art designed to give our patients and visitors something beautiful to look at and hopefully find some encouragement in the experience. Each private patient room in the North Wing has an original piece of art created by a local artist

Frank Diener Family Chapel of
Christ the Healer







Located on the second floor, just west of the Main Wing lobby, the Frank Diener Family Chapel of Christ the Healer is open 24 hours a day for prayer and meditation. Mass is celebrated Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m.

The chapel is named for Frank C. Diener, co-founder of the Saint Agnes Foundation and devoted friend and benefactor of Saint Agnes Medical Center. His widow and family provided substantial gifts, which helped make the chapel addition possible. The marble in the Chapel is from Turkey and was finished in Italy

Shehadey Pavilion


Named in honor of prominent local philanthropist Larry A. Shehadey, this 20,000-square-foot pavilion provides an ideal setting for staff education, medical conferences, physician symposiums and public education forums.

Facilities housed in the Pavilion include the Nickerson Auditorium, Kremen Medical Education Center (with four breakout classrooms), a video-conferencing room, Cyber Cafe and the Owen Medical Library.

New technology is a hallmark of the North Wing. This includes the new Shehadey Pavilion - an ideal setting for medical education symposiums as well as public health forums. A highlight of the Shehadey Pavilion is the 260-seat auditorium - with laptop capabilities in each seat and a 16-foot diagonal rear-screen projection system for teleconferences and video presentations. The Stryker Communication System, installed in the operating rooms and cath labs on the third floor, is also linked to the auditorium. This allows surgeries and procedures to be viewed in progress, providing valuable teaching opportunities for physicians and staff.

Kremen Medical Education Center




Directly across the hall from the Nickerson Auditorium is the Kremen Medical Education Center, a large multi-use conference facility seating 250. An additional four break-out conference rooms allow multiple meetings to take place at once in the same location.

State-of-the-art audio visual equipment links the education center with the Nickerson auditorium, allowing simulcasting of the program in both spaces. Flat screen plasma TV monitors installed around the room assure that every seat in the house can have a good view of the program. 
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Saint Agnes Medical Center | 1303 E. Herndon Ave. Fresno, CA 93720 | 559-450-3000